Kate and Ben

Rated 4.47/5 based on 15 reviews
Kate had watched her husband go off to war and while she waited each day for his return she had given birth. She lived in the same house as her father. He helped to look after Kate and Ben's son. One day Ben came walking up the road. Kate had planned the perfect reunion and rushed over to the big tree where she waited. Ben didn't rcognize his son and why did he make it to the tree and ignore Kate? More
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About Mark Stewart

Mark Stewart is an acclaimed author. He loves to write fiction right across the board from romance adventure to crime and onwards to science fiction. His fast paced novels will keep you on the edge of your seat from the first word to the last.
Mark lives in Melbourne Australia and tries to keep to the Aussie lingo and customs. His only gripe is he never has enough time to feed the writing enthusiasm inside him.

Mark lives in the picturesque region of the Mornington Peninsula, a full one hour drive from Melbourne.
He has been married to his wonderful patient wife for over thirty years. He has four adult children and two grand children. Everywhere he looks there is a story waiting to be told.

Contact Mark to leave a comment about one of his books or just to say gidday, (hi) he would love to hear from you.
email: mark_stewart777@hotmail.com or his website www.novelmaestro.com
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To all the readers who follow Mark's work. Thank you.

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Review by: Marcia Carrington on Dec. 1, 2015 :
Touching romance flash fiction with an unexpected surprise at the end.
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Review by: Theresa Chapman on Jan. 20, 2013 :
this was a very well written book. i would read more from this author. keep the good work up.
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Review by: Jamie J. Buchanan on Oct. 23, 2012 :
Interesting story, quick and easy to read. I assume WW2 as the boy was 4 years old (Ben being away for 4 years). The end is a surprise and made me re-read the story - that's a good thing! Well done.
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Review by: Steve Grant on Oct. 29, 2011 :
A quick read, and interesting story.
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Review by: Chris Bullock on Sep. 14, 2011 :
A nicely poignant short story with a shock ending. Well worth reading.
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Review by: Roberta Beach Jacobson on Aug. 8, 2011 :
Great pacing. Emotional. A surprisingly good read!
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Review by: gotmud on June 26, 2011 :
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Review by: John Emersons on May 21, 2011 :
Interesting story, good ending. I did feel it need a touch of editing, especially near that the start with the punchy sentences, but worth a read
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Review by: Deb Robinson on May 2, 2011 :
So much emotion in a short story.
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